Frontend upgrades?

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by mykdee, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. mykdee

    mykdee TYF Newbie

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    I have a 94 2-dr Yukon and I plan on adding a lift this month, but before I add the lift I would like to upgrade the frontend parts that tend to wear out. I actually plan to use the Yukon quite a bit offroad and want it to last!

    I have read somewhere that there is a company that has beefed up ball joints and tie-rods. Anyone have recommendations for frontend parts or know the company that I referred to?

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  2. Az99hoe

    Az99hoe TYF Newbie

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    Anything new yet? I noticed noone replied but still curious if you found anything?
     
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    Yeah not many people tend to think its worth it to upgrade anything anymore.they don't make much for upgrades on these isf besides solid axle swaps and maybe some aftermarket cv axles but $$$$$.i was looking into a gm 9.25 front diff off a duramax to replace the 8.25 my 97 has pretty much the same as new ones but not alot of help info on actually what you need to do the swap or how to

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  4. joshua52mcclain

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    I believe i meant 9.75 and 8.75 sorry

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